Trimteck is an innovative, agile ISO 9001-2015-certified company with over thirty years of collective experience engineering, manufacturing, and marketing high-quality, cost-effective flow, pressure, and temperature control solutions and equipment for critical processes, and our products are currently helping customers safely improve quality, optimize throughput, and reduce emissions and costs across an array of industries in more than 50 countries.
We build a comprehensive line of control valves – and variety of actuators, positioners, severe service trims, and other accessories – that our applications engineers and representatives use to solve even the most complex process control problems quickly and economically.
President & Founder
Jaime J. Conesa
As founder of Trimteck, Jaime has led the company through its various iterations since its inception in 2004, and grown the firm into a full-service flow control solutions provider. He has guided the company’s strategic course, and is responsible for its exponential growth in revenue and capacity.
Prior to starting Trimteck, Jaime spent 30 years at Honeywell (NYSE:HON), as President and General Manager of its Industrial and Building Automation businesses in Latin America and EMEA. He was a member of the Council of the Americas and has sat on several boards in the U.S. and abroad.
Jaime holds a Bachelor of Science and MBA from Northrop University, and an Advanced Management Programme Certificate from INSEAD.
Vice President & General Manager
Christian J. Conesa
Christian had been a valued advisor to Trimteck since 2004, designing and implementing its ISO 9001 quality management system and vetting vendors and distributors for its supply chain. He joined us full-time in 2011 with a mandate to develop the organization into a scalable player in the control valve market.
Christian brings to bear varied professional experiences ranging from global supply chain management at a publishing company in Boston, to strategy consulting for an International Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) firm in Houston. Most recently, he was an analyst at the U.S. Department of Energy in Washington, DC, and an equities research associate at an investment bank in Boston.
Christian holds a Bachelor of Science from Boston College and a Master of International Business from The Fletcher School at Tufts University.